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and throwing rocks through the window? >> university reacted and condemned the action. unc denounce. but some people did not want to have the debate. some think my views are so illegitimate i should not say them. john: you go to campuses around the country. most illiberal others are silenced? >> that is fair. the culture is monolithic they don't seem interested to change that. they pass policies to make it more difficult for students to have minority viewpoints to speak out. john: and professors at lean left, 51% registered democrats. but only 14% are republican. social science is only 6%. >> 70 2% self identify as liberal. which is a big disparity between them and the general public. john: you were a junior when obama was elected? >> it was light a little of the colt it happened across the nation. john: not just the attitude but there are actual space -- speech restriction red light, yellow light and this university was demoted? >> to policies unc maintains which is sexual-harassment if you attended college and other than unc it bans all sexually explicit jokes. john: david, you have a copy
diego. >> i needed something to do when unc wasn't playing basketball. >> i will take that has a compliment. >> isn't there something fun to do other than basketball and football. >> all kinds of fun stuff. let's see what he says about san francisco -- >> i just came from -- >> the best one in my opinion is coming up, we're surrounded here by a lot of cardinals fans. >> that's hilarious. >> to see what he says about your team, go to rightthisminute.com. >> coming up, a booty, a cup, and take a look. >> we heard of tworking, the thing you do with your butt -- >> yeah, the butt goes -- >> yeah, just like that. >> have you heard of booty clap? >> no, i'm talking about this. >> thank you for showing this to us. >> so this girl did a booty clap to flip a cup. >> i never thought, you know what, if i bend over and put a cup on a butt, if i can flip it over. >> if you recognize her, she was a contestant on "the bachelor pad." and she has been eliminated. >> i thought i had seen that butt before. >> how does she celebrate her win there. >> she gets up to give you a view of her other ass
. >> they had flyers everywhere. everywhere was obama. >> reporter: nearby at unc charlotte, 28-year-old grad student adam recalls being captivated. >> thought he kind of unified people. >> thank you, north carolina! >> reporter: young people and black voters were the bedrocks of president obama's support in the tar heel state. he snagged 95% of the black vote and 74% of voters under 30. but this time, many of them are unenthused and frustrated. >> sometimes he wasn't really willing to stand up for things he thought was worth pushing for. >> he hasn't communicated well to the country. >> kind of scary graduating college and there's not really many jobs. >> reporter: that may be the biggest wrench in the obama machine. the state's stubborn unemployment rate, 9.6% in july, well above the national average and the fifth highest in america. and voters have been bombarded with ads and web videos like this one, tying the president to the joblessness. mitt romney and the group supporting him have poured $33.3 million dollars in ads in north carolina. obama and his groups, $22 million. >> clearly, the
was obama. >> reporter: nearby, at unc charlotte, a 21-year-old grad student recalls being captivated. >> unified people. >> thank you, north carolina! >> reporter: young people and black voters were the bedrocks of president obama's support in the tar heel state. he snagged 95% of the black vote and 74% of voters under 30. but this time, many of them are unenthusiastics and frustrating. >> not able to stand up for what we're pushing for. >> he hasn't communicated well to the country. >> scary, graduated from college, there's not many jobs. >> reporter: that may be the biggest wrench in the obama machine. the state's own unemployment rate. 9.6% in july. well above the national average and the fifth highest in america. bombarded with ads and web videos like this one, tying the president to be jotlessness. mitt romney and the group supports him put $13.3 million into ads in north carolina. obama and his group, $22 million. >> the republicans have the advantage in the air war. >> reporter: as those who coverd politics here for nearly four decades pointed out, team obama's ground game is
across the u.s. are "! down unc help wanted signs. -k to ec ]c ?:slowdown presidential v#h%07 fin so-called fiscal cliff of spending cuts economic slowdown. the latest survey from staffing firm manpower finds the vast majority of interiors t no change in their fourth quarter hiring millio now, many get content from netflix or dvds. some have dropped their service to save money. the number of people with traditional tv service has been on the decline since 2009. >> thank you. >>> a 57-year-old man celebrated his birthday by giving away his birthday money. bob blakley from north carolina decided to stand on the side of the road with the sign that says "i have a job, i have a house. could you use an extra $5?" he gave away all $285 of his birthday money. and when he was finished, his wife, carol, gave him more money so he could keep on going. many people said it was a blessing to receive a few extra dollars that day. bob's birthday was thursday, september 6th. happy birthday, bob. >> what man gets money for his birthday? do you still get a card with money in it? >> maybe some people do
different. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> gretchen: those are the unc dancers, the niners. they are doing a fantastic job. those leg kicks. to be young again. >> steve: it hurts. >> brian: it hurts to do with pants on. i will say this. this group is off for the summer. they are back getting ready for the football season and for my money in midseason form. >> steve: there you go. they are dancing in the dnc. welcome to charlotte in day one and we are in the nascar hall of fame . we'll be here all week long. >> brian: a lot of people are dropping by. 90 minutes, it will be 150 degrees. the service of the sun. >> steve: coats are coming off. >> gretchen: well, the dnc gets underway here in charlotte . republican presidential nominee mitt romney is in vermont practicing for the upcoming debates with president obama. doug is with us in wootstock, vermont. good morning to you, doug. >> you can't get much further removed from the crowds in woodstock, vermont just across the border from where governor romney has a summer home. there is renovation for the home . so he is at governor heely. it has an open air design. gov
& the couple have been together for& heard the story and it was first pann ouncannoed,unced, did she get m over the weekend? were you invited to the wedding? i was wondering. >> we can say this. >> first of all oil take the compliment. >> if i got married you would know. >> i would like to come. ryan reynolds we have to say, gr eatgreat taste in women. >> having interviewed both of them, blake lively is wonderful. they have a place -- they are not out in the hamptons but living upstate in a nice wooded area. >> they want to keep to themselves. >> he's not bad on the eyes >>> this is a banner year for bugs. they are causing big, big virus to the plague. this morning we'll ask an pinf ectiinfeousctious disease doctos pit happit heninappegning and what about it. the story after the break. stay with us, please. living with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis means living with pain. it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and stop the damage with humira, adalimumab. for many adults with moderate to severe ra, humira is clinically proven to help relieve pain and stop jo
." david is not a lawyer, grew up in the pittsburgh area, and holds degrees from unc and north western. >> thank you. it's great to be here at cato to talk about the supreme court term, and we already had one mystery solved because we know why he wore the fetching suit today, trying to follow tom in the pages of gq. [laughter] i don't think i really have a shot at that since evidently your suit has to be visible from outer space in order to be a contender. [laughter] in any event, here i was thinking that i was somehow privileged to be asked to write the preview for the supreme court review this year, when, in fact, i was simply asked because i'm his girlfriend's boss. [laughter] in any event, notwithstanding that, it was, indeed, a privilege to write the preview with my colleague, jamie mcdonald from williams and connely who clerked for the chief justice a few years ago, and i certainly commend that to you and to the extent you find is useful, i assure you that's because the jamie's good work, and not because of my own. in any event, he asked me to talk about the criminal docket this
be back coaching the unc tar heels before the regular season starts. good for him. >>> former new york mets pitcher ron darling is stepping up to the plate for brain cancer victims and their families. he's honoring gary carter. ron darling, who does color commentary for the mets games and for tbs joins us. hi, ron. >> hi, carol, thanks for having me. >> let's talk about gary carter. how did your friend's death lead you to become involved with this program called "moments that matter"? >> i'm lucky with the partnership, that gary passed away in february, and he was a larger than life kind of personality, and just thought that a brain tumor and gl glioblastoma could never happen to him. he taught me so much that even though he's passed away, he's still teaching people, that is if they have the symptoms, to see their physician and hopefully that physician, if there is a difficult diagnosis, they'll be pushed forward to a support network that will help them get through a difficult time. >> so what are the symptoms and how can family members best support a loved one who is diagnosed with a
in the pittsburgh area and holds degrees from unc and northwestern. we will start with tannin. >> thank, ilya. it's great to be here to talk about the supreme court term and i guess we have already had one mystery solved because now we know why ilya more this very fetching suit today. he's trying to follow tallman the pages of gq to the individuals from outer space to be a contender but any event here i was thinking i was privileged to be able to ask to read the preview for the supreme court review this year when i was simply asked because i happened to be his girlfriend's boss. in any event notwithstanding a was a privilege to have the chance to write the preview with my colleague jay mcdonald from williams and connolly who clerked for the chief justice a few years ago, and i certainly commend that to you and the extent you find it useful that is because of jamie's good work and not because of my own. but in any event, ilya did ask me to talk about the criminal docket this year and i will be relatively brief because at least as now the court's criminal dhaka it is relatively limited. let me just
unc and northwestern. we will start with kannon. >> well, steve reed you, ilya. it's great to be here at cato to talk about the upcoming supreme court, and i guess we have already had one mystery solved because now we know why ilya for this very fetching suit today. he's trying to float on the pages of gq. [laughter] i don't think i have much of a shot at that because evidently you're sood has to be visible from outer space in order to be a contender. [laughter] in any event come here i was, thinking that i was somehow privileged to be asked to write the preview for the supreme court review this year when in fact i was simply asked because i happened to be ilya's boss. [laughter] in any event, notwithstanding that, it was a privilege to have the chance to write the preview with my colleague, jamie mcdonald from williams and connolly who clerked for the chief justice of years ago, and i certainly commend that to you and to the extent you find it useful i can assure you that is because of jaime's could work and not because my own. in any event, ilya did ask me to talk about the criminal
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